About your Search

20100401
20100430
SHOW
STATION
WTTG 14
LANGUAGE
English 14
Search Results 0 to 13 of about 14 (some duplicates have been removed)
. >> domestic terrorism is what we have to worry about. at the mall of america, in the subway system or at long beach harbor. >> reporter: this news comes after the arrests in pakistan. zazi confessed that they travel l to pack tan in -- traveled to pakistan in 2008. they were recruited by al-qaeda in manhattan. kt mcfarlands said it is a perfect example of why the patriot act needs to be renewed. >> because at the end of the day, you're not going to prevent something when the guy has got the backpack walking into the mall. the only time is to prevent it from happening and that means intelligence and working with domestic groups and finding out where the terrorists are. >> reporter: the attack was supposed to take place on the anniversary of 9-11 last year, but zazi became aware that the fbi and nypd were on to him. in new york, david lee miller, fox news. >>> human error may be to blame for the crash that killed poland's president and others. it went down saturday in western russia. everyone on board was killed. the pilot had been warned about the bad weather and was even advised to land somew
it. >>> it's took a couple of tries and a rare flyover of america's heartland but space shuttle discovery is back home. the seven astronaut crew touched down at the kennedy space center. the 15 day, $6 million journey to the international space station was discovery's next on last flight. >>> well they had a little bit of rain to deal with and i understand we're going to have our share of rain coming in soon here. >> seem it's arrives just in time for the weekend. >> shucks, the rain comes in. it's going to be here tomorrow and then it -- jumping ahead we have showers on the weekend forecast. let's wait and see what is going on out there. in terms of half is going on right now you can see we have clouds moving. we started with a lot of sunshine but late this afternoon and this evening some clouds arrive. you can see it easily on satellite. they will stay with us now right on through the evening hours into the overnight and we're tracking the rain. it's down to the southwest. it has moved anthony western sections of north carolina, extreme southwestern sections of west virginia
. and i said oh, my gosh. so we sit down at the dining room table. i get bank of america on the phone right away. they verify for us that we are not the delinquent, we're not in any form in foreclosure, no dates of sale have been done but they didn't say it was a mistake. >> well, bank of america now admits to that mistake and is working to fix it. >>> airline fees keep climbing higher and higher. spirit airlines revealed it's going to charge now a carry-on bag. we look at what you can do to fight the fees. >> reporter: charging for carry- on luggage? it's happening. >> i think it's outrageous. i think airline passengers ought to use the power of their purse and refuse to fly airlines that charge those fees. >> reporter: those fees include that new one from spirit airlines. it has you paying extra for carry-ons. >> if you pay online before you get to the airport, it will cost you $30 for your carry-on bag but if you wait till you get to the gate, it will cost you $45. >> what the airlines are trying to do is keep the fare as low as possible but it's deceptive and they're unbundling th
a milestone for a service act in his name. it's been a year since he signed the serve america act. his widow spoke today. >> as teddy said on that beautiful april day a year ago, this bill was forged in advanced by all who serve. all the americans who give something back for day, a week, or a year, or a lifetime. >> the event is aimed at discussing the progress that's been made through kennedy serve america act. >>> say it isn't so. first college campuses, now an entire country. who is pulling the plug on apple's ipad and what will this mean for the future of the tech toy? coming up next. >>> also, tiger woods is back in the spotlight. don't miss the scoop behind his return to night life. we'll be right back. s >> ...berber carpet. it was a whole bowl of stew. nooo. why? i could have saved this one. i could have saved this one. ♪ call 1-800-steemer it . >>> china wants its criminals could come that suting edge law enforcement will catch you more quickly. take a look at the equipment they laid out at a police convention in beijing. they have scanners that can
. there is a message there. that frightens me in america because we are having this return to fundamentalism. it's nice to have faith and a terrific thing but to put everything in faith is not a good thing, every part of the future to a church leader or synagogue leader and turn over your life is not a good thing. >> are you politically active still? i know you were back in the day. >> back in the day. we still have gay issues. president obama -- one of his personal aides told me before the election said you trust me harvey? 100 days, don't ask, don't tell will be gone. i guess not. >> those issues are important to you. >> yeah. they are real issues because i, as a tax paying citizen of the united states don't have a right as everyone else. that becomes important. >> when you are denied your rights, it becomes important. >> fiddler on the roof is at the national theater through may 2nd, for ticket information, go to myfoxdc.com. >> 180 from his tony winning role in hairspray. >> the "news edge at 6:00" starts right now. >>> we start with breaking news. a campus on alert after an armed sex assault in ge
the wheel when drinking. >> reporter: everyday all over america people are texting and driving even in the 23 states and the district of columbia that have bans on it. 82% of driving teens use cell phones when they get behind the wheel. a lot are texting. they do it because they don't think anything will happen to them. >> they all believe they can text and drive. you can't. you can't do it safely. you simply can't. >> reporter: hard to tell that to kids who think they can defy the odds. youngsters involved at the national organization for youth safety say they are willing to commit to change the culture. they signed up for the thumbs up all state insurance x the text pledge. >> i don't. >> never ever. >> never. >> reporter: because? >> it's not safe. if you text, your eyes aren't on the road and you aren't paying attention. >> my advice is this, get in your car, buckle up, put your cell phone in the glove compartment. >> reporter: the transportation secretary says it's about common sense and responsibility. young supporters promise to help fellow teens break bad habits. >> if we he
america votes for or doesn't vote for will decide. it's all good. >> everybody will go great and get on the songs, prepare hard and be ready. >> reporter: right now crystal is considered a front runner by the judges. she knows there is a lot of road ahead of her. >> nothing is sure in this kind of show. anything can happen. there are a lot of really talented people here. there is no front-runner in this kind of thing. from week to week someone else is the front-runner. >> having performed several times on stage, nerves come into play. >> i began to lose control. >> i get nervous before i play and then after but never during, never ever during. >> i do but it's a good nervous, excited nervous unless i'm sick and lost my voice. >> stage fright, what will the judges say now about me. >> reporter: if things get emotional this week, maybe host ryan seacrest should be the nervous one. >> i'm going to give ryan one of these the next time he does that. he has been worse every week. >> reporter: exercise your right and cast your vote this tuesday night on "american idol." in hollywood, anita
of surgery. >> reporter: cancer treatment centers of america at eastern regional medical center is one of a handful of institutions in the u.s. that views and intraoptive radiation therapy or iorp. >> it the administration of one single dose of radio therapy in the or while the patient is still under anesthesia and the surgical procedure is still going on. >> reporter: it replaces six weeks of radiation therapy most cancer patients undergo. >> i was concerned about the side effects of that and i'm a financial planner and i have 8- year-old twins at home. so that would have been very disruptive. >> reporter: when campbell went for a second opinion and heard about the benefits of the procedure she signed on. it also lessens potential side effects like burning of the skin. patients also have better cosmetic results. >> i would just encourage women before they make a decision to look at all of their options, because you know there is still changing so rapidly. >> reporter: she is the 12th patient to undergo the treatment here. the procedure has been available for only a month here. this do
??????????????  >>> republicans think 2010 could be their year. we'll have z the man coming up with a new contract for america if the gop can take back the house. this weekend on fox news sunday at 9:00 on fox 5. find out about the new rules that could keep you from getting sick with unexpected fees. >>> the cherry blossom festival brings people from all over the world to the district. the nation's capitol becomes an international city this time of year. >>> one group that could not help. there are cherry blossom trees to another in bulgaria. let's head back to the title base now to check in with john. >> hi. you can walk through here. this is your sidewalk. people were stopping because they saw -- >> about to get underway. yeah, we have seen people from india. people from japan, korea, and some from bulgaria. who came to watch the cherry blossoms in washington. >>> among the throngs of people visiting d.c.'s famous cherry blossoms, we found a group of aboughts and -- adults and children speaking not bulgarian. we asked how did they like washington's cherry blossoms? >> she likes it very much. and she is from
for the corrections corporation of america declined to confirm the union officials ' information saying investigators are trying to determine how moore got the key. >> paul wagner, thank you. >>> a man accused of trying to get too close to president obama with a gun appeared in court today. first the north carolina judge told joseph mccava that federal authorities asked to hold him even if he posted bond. now the court says he can get out of jail if he makes bond. mcveigh appeared by video phone. police claimed he was armed when he asked to see the president at the airport on monday. these are pictures of his arrest. air force one had just taken off to west virginia with the president on board. >>> president obama was in west virginia for a memorial service honoring the 29 miners killed in the explosion. today the mine company is revealing new details about the investigation. massey energy claims air samples did not show high levels of explosive gases before the explosion. a mine foreman took those samples as part of a routine procedure at the mine. think april 5th explosion is the worst mining disas
to the white house and referentially as a woman who in her own quiet but persistent way helped change america. >> unambiguous record of righteous work. worthy of remembrance and recognition. >> bill cosby's wife camille spoke at the service. she said she and her husband were grateful for knowing dr. height, thankful for her fit against racism, sexism, ageism. >> her clear determination and self perception did not allow several men who academy out egregious sexist behaviors to push her to the background. >> height's friend and colleague, alexis herman had found recollections. >> if you knew dorothy height, you knew she loved her flowers, she loved her hats. >> reporter: and poet mia angelo read from palm. >> indeed, there is not a word on my lips but you o lord. [singing] >> reporter: 98 years old with a life of service to the cause of equality and justice, dorothy height lives an 88-year- old nephew who spoke on behalf of 50 family members that attended the funeral and country men forever indebted for the contributions that she made. >> dorothy height was a drum major for justice, a drum majo
scare on the flight from d.c. to denver. >> america shocked the judges on idol, delivering the first surprising votes results of the season last night. big mike received the lowest number of votes but the judges had a surprise of their own. rick folbaum had the reaction to the results show. >> reporter: prepare yourself for a surprise or two. >> reporter: it was a shocking night on "american idol," as michael link marrowly be avoided being the hopeful. >> andrew garcia is safe. big mike is going to sing for his life. >> i'm almost shocked it was big mike. i almost feel like people thought he was so safe, he didn't vote. >> every week, he's shown us a different side, which is good he's so talented he can sing everything and it confuses everybody. you want to know who is he, you know? >> right. >> and that hurt him. we were curious about that. when he sang the maxwell song, how do you say no to that? >> he was so good. ♪ >> even though has take fell flat, the judges unanimously decided to use their one and only save on the 26-year-old floridian.
top 10 america. >> reporter: this year's top 10 idol finalists can't wait to go on tour this summer. >> that's what we wanted. that's why we did this in the first place. to be in front of that kind of crowd, that stage. >> it's crazy to think, like, some musicians wait their whole lives to be performing on tour in front of 15,000 people. we literally went from zero to 60, in like a couple of months. >> we're not being judged, we're there to be watched. that's the best. >> reporter: they've already worked with usher and miley cyrus. guestmentors who have -- guest mentors who have a huge impact. go they are so big in the business. for us to be able to have their advice, it's just going to help us grow. >> it's good getting advice from people we look up to. as artists. >> reporter: spending nearly every waking hour rehearsing makes it hard to get perspective on what is going on outside the "american idol" bubble. maybe that's a good thing. >> we don't really see the magnitude of what this show does for us. we'll be walking around and a couple of
Search Results 0 to 13 of about 14 (some duplicates have been removed)

Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)